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Editors-in-chief: Kimmo Soramäki and Tiziana Di Matteo

Up until now, research on financial networks has been carried out in disparate areas by academics, policymakers and industry practitioners. The Journal of Network Theory in Finance will, for the first time, bring all of this research together

The Journal of Network Theory in Finance is lead by Kimmo Soramäki and Tiziana Di Matteo.

Kimmo is the Founder and CEO of Financial Network Analytics Ltd. (FNA), a software vendor specializing in mapping, modeling and visualizing interconnected financial systems. Before founding FNA in 2010, Kimmo worked for 15 years in policymaking and multidisciplinary research positions at several central banks, including the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

A frequent contributor to academic journals in the areas of finance, operations research and statistical mechanics, Kimmo is in constant demand as a featured speaker at industry and academic conferences on topics ranging from financial technology to systemic risk. Kimmo holds a Doctor of Science in Operations Research and a Master of Science in Economics, both from Aalto University in Helsinki.

Tiziana is Professor of Econophysics. A trained physicist, she took her degree and PhD from the University of Salerno in Italy before assuming research roles at universities in Australia and Britain. She works in the department of Mathematics at King's College London in Econophysics, complex networks and Data science. She has authored over 80 papers and gave invited and keynote talks at major international conferences in the US, across Europe and Asia, making her one of the world's leaders in this field.

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